14th April 2004, 01:49 AM
14th April 2004, 02:45 AM
I was a little confused with the jargon and technicalities for a moment, but it all makes perfect sense now.
Unfortunately I am that kind of person who will need a lot more persuation to shift my paradigm. When I think of a watch, I think of a physical dial with actual hours, minutes and seconds hands, rather than a LCD screen.
But still, many thanks for a very interesting discussion.
14th April 2004, 03:10 AM
Originally Posted by wilis128
Haha... actually film not bad also...
But i prefer digital coz I want total control over my photos.
14th April 2004, 10:17 AM
Jia lat ah!
Film, digital, nikon, canon, whatever...
All I'm interested is whether I can a photo back from my experience in a given day out shooting.
14th April 2004, 12:59 PM
I started photography with a digital camera (Olympus C730). It allowed me to try out photography more in-depth and when I realised that I was really interested and would be into photography for the long haul, I went and got me a film SLR. Walking backwards, perhaps but sometimes you need to take a step back before walking forward again. I'm truly hooked on the film SLR but I still have uses for my digital. I use it for street photography or for work purposes or when I cannot afford to lug around the heavier SLR and lenses. I can carry my digital wherever I go and it allows some flexibility in shooting off the hip, especially for street or action scenes.
Like the digital and analogue watches, there is a place for both film and digital cameras and they may suit different personalities and preferences.